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.s. defense agency wrapped up his first trip to afghanistan. the former cia to rectocia director met with troops and hamid karzai, turning to their power back over to afghanistan is the key ingredient to return the country to its operations. >> off the british tabloid after a phone scandal. it became under fire after reports of hacking voicemail of politicians, celebrities and victim's. this final cover things the staff and readers. >> this is not where rep wanted to be and this is not where we deserve to be. this is the final issue. 7.5 million readers. >> thank you. >> 200 world staffers are without jobs the owner say that it will try to find positions for as many of them as possible. the owner is rupert murdock. (music) >> jacquelinea beautiful shot. a beautiful day to be out by the bay. and from the north side a clear sky. it is going to head towards the bay and perhaps pretty gray. temperatures in the 60s. 65 and los gatos. 56 with strong sea breezes. the satellite with these storms over california things are quiet. however, that if pacific northwest storm will slowly make its w
for wars in iraq and afghanistan. >> reporter: without finding some common ground the u.s. will default which will shake up the financial markets. >> nasty consequence, not just for the united states, but for the entire global economy. because the u.s. is such a big player. >> reporter: the white house says making a deal by the end of the week is crucial in order to meet that august 2nd deadline. now, should the nation reach that debt ceiling, the consequences could be devastating. it -- the brunt being felt by everything from businesses, wall street, financial markets would feel that, so would we, right down to individual households, all interest rates would go up, so it really would result in any sector of the economy. not anyone is talking about that being an actual outcome, that's the good news. >> let me ask you about that, all we hear publicly is how they are not compromising, are you hearing anything privately there is a sense of compromise down the road. >> we're sensing there is a true determination to come to an agreement on this deal because there is no alternative. no, these
the pentagon. it's an unscheduled stop for him. yesterday he visited troops and leaders in afghanistan. are you looking at video of his afghanistan visit. he said iraq must provide it's own security and leaders must crack down on armed factions targeting american troops. this as iraq's leaders debate over whether to ask american troops to stay in the country beyond this year. the white house chef of staff confirmed the united states is with holding aid to pakistan. they are with holding back about $850 million in aid and equipment for the army of pakistan. tensions have been on the rise since the raid and killing of bin laden in may. officials have been angry over the incursion into their territory without permission while the white house has been worried about pakistan's ineffectiveness in fighting the taliban and al-qaeda. >> the truth is our relationship with them is complicated. they have been victim of huge amounts of terrorism, but right now they have take especially steps that have given us reason to pause on some of the aid we were giving and we are trying to work through that. >> als
. yesterday panetta was in afghanistan, there he said al- qaidas defeat is quote within reach. >>> the british tabloid news of the world printed its final edition today. the publication said thank you and goodbye to its readers this morning. the papers abrupt end comes after allegations that it's journalists paid police for information and hacked into cell phone messages of a young murder victim, celebrities and the families of dead soldiers. the tabloid's editor today paid final tribute to his staff. >> we said to the staff this morning this is not where we wanted to be and it's not where we deserve to be. but it's a final tribute to 7.5 million readers. this is for you, and for the staff, thank you. >> clues in today's cross word puzzle mocked rebecca brooks who was the paper's editor when the incident occurred. she has since been promoted to editor. >>> an oakland police sergeant speaks out about his involvement and the murder of the invest of a bay area murder. >>> and new versions of the iphone and the -- and when new versions of the iphone and the i pad might hit stores. >>> for more tha
troops in afghanistan. >> we will be right back as we continue after the break in live looks from mt. tam, a look sunny spot around the bay and we are also watching wall street. a dismal spot this morning down futures at 118, from nasdaq features down 28 it looks as though a rocky road today. @p@po' >> 52 degrees currently in navato morning to 67 by noon, 71 this afternoon a mild day in a bottle, not really that warm then it will cool back down to 63 degrees by 8:00 p.m.. the fog, the drizzle did breezy conditions out there will be something we will deal with the for the better part of the week i will have a complete with your forecast coming up in a little bit. right now we will send it to erica and the traffic department. >> take a look at this, nice unlike conditions coming from all approaches. at the bay bridge toll plaza across the morning we were dealing with some strong winds but certainly not the case anymore, a traffic is moving well here as well as up the incline and across the upper deck, no problems for any of the other bay area bridges i will have a full check on monda
number of social political issues -- i mean geopolitical issues, what is happening in afghanistan and iraq, what is happening with education in this country. his analysis -- the death of his insight and analysis i think is just undeniable -- the debt -- the depth of his insight and analysis is just undeniable. it is a reflection of how comfortable and distracted many of us our -- us are that we have not created a more sustained movement around cases like this. i voted for barack obama. i would vote for him again when the time comes. at the same time, i get asked this question so often, right? are we post-race? are we past racism because there is a black man in the white house? the question is, i mean, was england post-gender with margaret thatcher? indira gandhi, was in the a post-gender when bolivia elected its first working class president, where the post-class? i mean, it is a reflection of the dichotomy. the movement -- you cannot deny the accomplishments of the movement. the human rights movement, which we need to begin talking about more, and malcolm x began to increasingly
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